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Pops concerts Monday and Wednesday


Parents, students, and community members are invited to join us for two nights of amazing performances at the South Tahoe High School Pops Concerts on Monday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the TADA Theater.

On Monday night, the Vocal Pops Concert with the Glee Club and Chorale will perform their favorite songs from famous blockbuster movies. The Band & Orchestra Pops Concert will be held on Wednesday night with special “Dream” songs to be performed. Experience the world premiere of the first STHS commissioned piece, “The Lake in the Sky,” written by Alan Lee Silva.

Alan Lee Silva is a composer, arranger, and orchestrator whose credits include scores for the independent feature films Full Moon Fables and Eli’s Coming; orchestrations and arrangements for feature films Cinderella 3, Enough, and Lethal Weapon 4; television’s 7th Heaven, Brothers and Sisters, and Soul Collector; VH1.com’s The Misadventures of Bob Paparazzo, and Disney Cruise Line’s Twice Charmed.

Additional song and underscore credits include Tokyo Disney’s The Precious Treasures Of Agrabah, Cape Cod Step Out, and Meet and Kiss as well as Universal Studios Japan’s Beetlejuice Show and HuisTen Bosch Theme Park’s Eastern Odyssey. Silva lives in Culver City, CA, with his wife and two daughters.

Other original pieces written by the STHS Class of 2014 graduating seniors will be performed as well. These pieces include “What Stalks at Midnight,” written by Joseph Robles, and “Midnight Dream,” written by Bryan Arreola and Sara Ortega.

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Tickets will be available at the door for $5. For further information, contact Casson Scowcroft at STHS 530-541-4111.

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